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November 12, 2017 in Investor News, Medical News

New share issue

Starting November 13 you can sign up for the issue of new shares in ObsteCare. The new share issue is… Read More
November 10, 2017 in Medical News

Improved outcome of dysfunctional labour confirmed by RCT

Dysfunctional labour is a major problem in obstetric care. In sports medicine, it is well known that lactate can affect… Read More

Spotlights

AFL® Clinical application

Studies show that the uterus, like other muscles, gets tired and produces lactate. The uterine lactate concentration is reflected in the lactate concentration in the amniotic fluid. The new parameter is defined AFL® (Amniotic Fluid Lactate).

AFL® Monitoring

If a high AFL® level is avoided or appropriately taken care of during active labor, the probability for a spontaneous vaginal delivery is increased and an operative delivery may be avoided.

AFL® metoden ska förhindra långdragna förlossningar